Thank you. I should have searched myself. I found data areas, but
they were empty. I remember, now, that content isn't changed.
On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 10:00 AM, CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 12 Nov 2012 09:17, John McKee wrote:
When a GO SAVE 21 is performed, is the time and date stored in
a data area? If yes, what is the name. System is v5r4.
FWiW: The following web search yielded the doc link [and some quoted
text, though no mention of release supported] which is included
"save" "option 21" "data area" OR "dtaara"
_i When Was Your Last SAVSYS, SAVCFG, SAVSECDTA? i_
Below is a list of various SAVE commands and the associated QSYS data
area. Upon execution of the command, the data area is updated.
Save Command Data Area Used
SAVLIB *ALLUSR QSAVALLUSR
SAVLIB *IBM QSAVIBM
SAVLIB *NONSYS QSAVLIBALL
SAVSYS QSAVSYS, QSAVUSRPRF, QSAVCFG
Viewing the Last Save Date and Device
To view the last save information, you display the object description
(DSPOBJD), you don't display the content of the data area.
The Option-21 from GO SAVE performs at least some of those commands.
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